[ RadSafe ] Helen Caldicott on the evils of physicists
jjc105 at yahoo.com
Mon May 2 20:12:23 CDT 2011
I have a theory that , I believe I discussed previously on radsafe. This
theory holds that there is an unwritten rule in all journalism schools to the
effect that any student demonstating a knowlwdge or understanding of science and
technology is precluded from graduating. This would account for Caldicott and
her ilk gettiing their crap is so readily accepted and published by the
sycophant news media. The more outrageous, the greater probalility that the
story will be accepted. Fear sells, or at least, it gets our attention.
My theory might also account for the success of many advertising agencies and
public relations firms.
From: Steven Dapra <sjd at swcp.com>
To: The International Radiation Protection (Health Physics) Mailing List
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Sent: Mon, May 2, 2011 5:34:59 PM
Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] Helen Caldicott on the evils of physicists
Helen Caldicott. What a nut. This is a useless farrago of fact and
At 12:51 PM 5/2/2011, you wrote:
> NYT Op-Ed
> May 1, 2011
> Helen Caldicott on the evils of physicists:
> Stop me before I kill again!
> Clayton J. Bradt
> dutchbradt at hughes.net
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